The University Library was established in 1962. It was housed in one of the rooms of the Angeles Institute of Technology Building. The first library was small, but it was a fully equipped room for research and study, and sufficient for the student population.
Relocation of the library from one place to another was inevitable between 1962 to 1987. From the fourth floor of the Administration Building, the University Library finally moved to its present location, Our Lady of Lourdes Hall, in November 1987. A vision made realized with the dedication and hardwork of Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles.
The construction of four (4) story edifice was made possible by the generous support of the people of the United States of America through the Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the sponsorship of the Angeles University Development Foundation, Houston, Texas, and by the donations from friends and alumni of Angeles University Foundation (AUF), Philippines.
The building was inaugurated on December 4, 1987 in time to the celebration of Founder's Day, Dr. Barbara Y. Angeles.